infrared gas imaging system Articles

  • GEM condensate return system projects

    Most of the Coca-Cola consumed in Northern Ireland comes from the company’s Lambeg bottling plant. An assessment was conducted on the steam trap needs for the water heater of the company’s large bottle washer and bucket tests showed variable flow up to a quarter of a tonne of steam per hour. The two inverted bucket steam traps in the system were proving unreliable, so they were replaced with two ...

  • QuadOa and OGI: how EPA regulations are changing the way we look at gas leaks

    Earlier this year, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published Regulation 40 CFR, Part 60, Sub-part OOOOa, commonly known as Quad Oa, and finally brought optical gas imaging (OGI) firmly into the mainstream. This presents a major shift in the way fugitive emissions are regulated, and the technology that can be used.  Detecting and acting on gas leaks is naturally a major ...

  • Pioneer 3D simulation of volcanic eruption

    On 30 September 2007, between 11:30 and 12:00 UTC (14:30 and 15:00 local time), Jebel al-Tair, a small volcanic island in the Red Sea erupted for the first time since 1883. The western part of the island suffered a collapse following the eruption and lava flows and fire fountains were observed. 3 military personnel lost their lives. Satellite imagery showed just a small plume of ash, indicating ...

  • Accurately Measure Hydrocarbon (Oil/Grease) Levels in Produced Water in Under 15 Minutes

    Determining total hydrocarbon or oil/grease levels to ensure compliance with regulatory permit requirements for discharging produced water is a worldwide problem facing the oil and gas industry.   Ensuring compliance with these regulations and avoiding fines for non-compliant discharges requires more frequent wastewater measurements to determine the total hydrocarbon ...


    By Spectro Scientific

  • Remote sensing of particulate pollution from space: Have we reached the promised land?

    This paper follows presentation and publication of the Hoff and Christopher 2009 Critical Review and represents an integration of discussants’ views of their paper. The discussants’ comments are organized beginning with a note on the history of satellite sensing, followed with a brief discussion of the strengths and weaknesses of satellite observations relative to air quality management needs. ...

  • Bubble, bubble … boiling on the double

    Original story at MIT  New analysis of textured surfaces could lead to more efficient, and less dangerous, power plants. The boiling of water is at the heart of many industrial processes, from the operation of electric power plants to chemical processing and desalination. But the ...

  • Sorting and Recycling Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) in Xiamen City, China - Case Study

    TOMRA Sorting Recycling is playing a pivotal role in the implementation of automatic sorting at the MSW plant in Xiamen Background The city of Xiamen, renowned for its natural beauty, is located on China's southeast coast, in Fujian Province. Its famous seascape and clean natural environment are a magnet for tourists, and the city government wants to keep things ...


    By TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)

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